We are currently at 9.1 3037 and have the need to use System-Link.

We use the Offline Order Load as the interface to the configuration product (SQL Server) we use.
Basically we set up the order header in XA. Triggers grab data and send it to the SQL Server.
The order is configured, paperwork printed, items manufactured and arrive in shipping.
XA still only has the order header.

Once in shipping it is "manifested" through the Offline Order load calling AMBE8XFR.
We understand that at some point this process will be deprecated and that System-Link will be the new process.

Has anyone been using System-Link Order Load process that can give me guidance on where to start?


Jerry Forss
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